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Accessible Site Furnishings

Accessible Site Furnishings

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was created in 2005 in the hopes of making a more accessible environment in our province. With new laws and standards taking effect in 2025, creating inclusive public spaces is more important than ever.

From an economic standpoint, improvements to accessibility can result in an increase of $9.6 billion in retail spending, and $1.6 billion for new tourism in Ontario over five years. Not to mention, in 2035, it is estimated that 40% of our province’s customer base will individuals with disabilities.

Who Should Consider Accessible Outdoor Furnishings?

Everyone from foundations and organizations, Municipal Planners, Landscape Architects, Public Parks and Conservation Authorities to those running institutions serving the public like Hotel Managers, Urban Developers, and Educational Facilitators need to be aware of accessibility standards. Any space open to the public should be inclusive and accessible to all people.

Paris Site Furnishings Accessible Tables

While at one time it was thought that accessible tables could only be rectangular in shape with an extension at the end for wheelchair access, we now understand many shapes and sizes work well for inclusivity. At Paris Site Furnishings, every table series we offer has wheelchair accessibility options, and all are available in a variety of styles, sizes, and colours to accentuate your outdoor spaces, including:

  • SX Series Picnic Tables

  • Serenity Series

  • Pedestal Series Tables

  • Decora Series

  • Vantage Series

  • Traditional Series

  • Premiere Series

  • JX Series

Reach out through our Contact Page for more information about the accessibility options we offer at Paris Site Furnishings, or give us a call toll free at 1-800-387-6318! We can help you find the right outdoor tables, benches, receptacles, and more for your green space and Create Lasting Impressions with Quality Products Built to Last!

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